You can’t talk about Bloody Marys without mentioning Sobelman’s in Milwaukee.
– Their Bloody Mary has been featured in the UK’s Daily Mail, Huffington Post and on Good Morning America.
– Their Masterpiece Bloody Mary is garnished with sprouts, celery, onions, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, lemons, pickles, shrimp, sausage, cheese, olives, green onions, asparagus and a bacon cheeseburger slider.
– They have nine different styles of Bloody Marys – The Baconado includes bacon wrapped chicken and The Bloody Beast, which is served with a whole fried chicken.
– Sobelman’s also makes excellent burgers that have won numerous “Best of Milwaukee” Awards.
Many consider Sheboygan County to be the birthplace of the American-Style brat, so it makes sense that Charcoal Inn in Sheboygan has some of the best brats.
– The restaurant is a favorite among locals and has been featured in the New York Times, Gourmet Magazine, Chicago Tribune and Money Magazine.
– In 2016, they were ranked as one of the best brats in Wisconsin by a USA Today 10 Best poll.
– There are two Charcoal Inn locations in Sheboygan and both serves their famous brats, which can be ordered as a single brat or double. They’re served spilt on a hard roll and can be ordered with “the works” (onions, pickles, mustard and ketchup).
Milwaukee Burger Company, which is actually located in Eau Claire, offers fantastic burgers.
– The restaurant uses fresh beef to hand patty their burgers and they make their own buns every day. Guests can build their own burger, or they can choose from one of 20 specialty burgers.
– They have a peanut butter & jalapeno burger and a cream puff burger (with caramelized onions, pork belly and whipped cream).
– But, if you like a challenge, try the Big Milwaukee Challenge, which includes 2 pounds of beef, 8 slices of cheese, lots of toppings and sauces, and of course, cheese curds.
– Milwaukee Burger Company also has a tap list with over 40 craft beers, many from right here in Wisconsin.
Fried cheese curd lovers should head to The Old Fashioned in Madison. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the food and drinks that made our state famous – Old Fashioneds, prime rib sandwiches and, of course, cheese curds.
– The fried cheese curds have been featured in the New York Times, Thrillist and on Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.”
– The cheese curds are house-made and fried with a beer batter. Try them with one of the restaurant’s four signature dipping sauces, or just by themselves. While you’re there, try one of their famous Old Fashioned or classic brandy drinks.
For more, check out TravelWisconsin.com.